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Sure Sings of Boise Spring
If your allergies haven't clued you in, or the blossoms on the trees, or maybe even the grass growing turbo-speed in your yard, here's another sure sign of Spring; The irrigation canals are full.
Did You See Something in the Sky?
With our amazing weather this weekend, many of us were outside working in our yards or enjoying our favorite parts of the Valley. Did you happen to look up and this plane flying around?
Scentsy Recieves an Honor
Scentsy, the company that started in a garage an now calls Scentsy Commons in Meridian home, has been honored as one of the top direct-selling companies to work for in the nation.
Alaska Air Limits Carry-On Size
Planning summer vacation or business travel on Alaska Airlines? Be ready to pack a little lighter with your carry-on bags, as Alaska is reducing the allowed sizes.
I'm Ready for Summer on the River
I took a walk along the Greenbelt today, and call me crazy, but I would be willing to skip this middle-ground season of Spring and move right to Summer. Let's get on the water.
New Boise Recycling Program
Over the last year, the City of Boise has implemented and received praise for the new composting program, and now, they're going to be rolling out a new plastics program.
Panera Coming to Downtown Boise
The growth of the Treasure Valley over the last few years has been incredible, and with new hotels, and businesses in downtown, new restaurants are coming as well. Welcome Panera.
Costco is Coming to Meridian
It's been discussed, debated, and delayed, but yesterday the Meridian City Council approved the process will enable Costco to build their new store at Chinden and Ten Mile.
Should Idaho Legalize "Free Range" Parenting
Our neighbors in Utah have legalized what's been nicknamed "free range" parenting, further defining what constitutes neglect. Now, some are asking if Idaho should do the same.
Idaho Spring Chinook Fishing Back
If your fishing rod has been packed up all winter, and you've been waiting for the return of Idaho spring Chinook season, the time is quickly approaching. The season opens April 28th.
Frontier is Back in Boise
Boise and the Treasure Valley has seen incredible growth in population and business over the last few years. Now, we're seeing continued growth in airlines serving the region.
Idaho Unemployment Remains Low
The Gem State continues to see good economic news, at least in the category of unemployment, as Idaho's unemployment rate remains steady at 3 percent for a half year.
The Kindness of a Stranger
I have a friend who has been considering moving to the Treasure Valley and recently asked me what we're all about. This weekend, my son and I experienced "Boise kindness" again.
March Madness = Big Business
Even if your bracket is busted, the NCAA March Madness impact for Boise businesses will be felt for a long time to come, and it's been a big positive for the Treasure Valley.
Delta Struggles With Boise Dogs
We've heard about the issues with dogs and wrong destinations on United Airlines, but we've found out that Delta has had a couple mistakes with Idaho dogs as well.
More Water on Boise River
This was the scene at the Boise River (just past the Parkcenter Bridge) on Tuesday afternoon. Starting today, it will look a little different as the flow level increases.
Idaho Kick Butts Day Coming
Kids across the Gem State will join with those across the nation to unite against tobacco use on Wednesday March 21. It's appropriately called Kick Butts Day.
Ford Announces Fusion Recall
Idaho Ford Fusion or Lincoln MKZ owners, you need to be aware of a recall that was launched today. It is possible that your steering wheel could fall off while driving.
Toys R Us To Close Stores
For most of us, an iconic part of our childhood has announced they are shutting down stores across the country, and that includes Toys R Us here in the Treasure Valley.